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“Uncorking the Unknown: 4 Facts About Wine You Might Not Have Known”

Wine is a beloved beverage enjoyed by many, but there may be a few things you didn't know about it. We love soaking in a much information about this wine world that we're part of so we figured you might too. Here are 4 surprising facts about wine that you may not have known.

  1. Wine can be made from more than just grapes: While most people associate wine with grapes, it can actually be made from a variety of fruits such as berries, apples, and even bananas. These types of wines are known as fruit wines and are becoming increasingly popular.
  2. The color of wine doesn't always indicate the type of grape: The color of wine is not always an indicator of the type of grape used. For example, a white wine can be made from red grapes, such as Pinot Noir, by removing the skins before fermentation. Similarly, a red wine can be made from white grapes, such as Pinot Grigio, by leaving the skins on during fermentation.
  3. Wine can be aged in a variety of containers: Oak barrels are the most commonly used for aging wine, but wine can also be aged in stainless steel tanks, concrete eggs, and even clay amphorae. Each container imparts its own unique character to the wine, giving it a distinct flavor profile.
  4. The shape of the wine glass can affect the taste: The shape of the wine glass can affect the way wine tastes. A larger bowl allows the wine to breathe and releases the aromas, while a smaller bowl concentrates the aromas. Similarly, a wider rim allows the wine to hit different parts of the tongue, while a narrower rim focuses the wine on specific areas of the tongue.

These are just a few surprising facts about wine, but there is so much more to discover about this beloved beverage. From the different types of grapes used, to the various aging methods and containers, wine is a complex and fascinating subject. So, next time you raise a glass of wine, remember that there's more to it than meets the eye.

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